NHS Scotland Global Citizenship Programme Board

Overview

The overall purpose of the NHS Scotland Global Citizenship Programme Board is to lead, develop and promote the NHS Scotland approach to Global Citizenship:

  • provide leadership, support and guidance to the development of NHS Scotland's approach to Global Citizenship
  • set the direction for the NHS Scotland Global Citizenship Programme by approving strategies and plans that support the policies and priorities set by the Scottish Government's International Development Strategy (2016)
  • ensure that our policies and approaches align and support the needs of the developing countries involved with the NHS Scotland Global Citizenship Programme
  • oversee implementation of the recommendations in the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow report entitled 'Global Citizenship in the Scottish Health Service'
  • engage with key stakeholders to promote the delivery of the NHS Scotland Global Citizenship Programme
  • approve the remit of the NHS Global Health Co-ordination Unit and oversee its development and performance

Members

  • John Brown, Chair, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde (Chair)
  • Michael McKirdy, Vice Chair. Director of Global Health, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow (Vice Chair)
  • Gregor Smith, Interim Chief Medical Officer for Scotland, Scottish Government
  • Fiona McQueen, Chief Nursing Officer for Scotland, Scottish Government
  • Ralph Roberts, Chief Executive, NHS Borders
  • David Garbutt, Chair, NES
  • Alastair McLellan, Postgraduate Dean, NES
  • Angela Harkness, Director of Global Development and Strategic Partnership, NHS Golden Jubilee Foundation
  • David Miller, NHS Scotland Chief People Officer, Scottish Government
  • Liz Grant, Director of Global Health, Edinburgh University
  • Claire Pullar, National Officer, Staffside representation, The Union for Health and Care Managers
  • Joanna Keating, Head of International Development, Scottish Government
  • Sara Davies, Consultant, Public Health, Scottish Government
  • Emily Broadis, Chair of Lead Champions Network, NHS A&A